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live where you live, this is abc7 news. >> dan: now at 11:00, a college water polo player
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accused of sexually assaulting two women on the same night. they say this young man may be far away from the bay area. >> this has happened at san jose state. >> live from campus the accused student has likely left the country. >> reporter: dan and ama, the two students here at san jose state university said they were raped by an international water polo player and they believe he left the country. the pool at san jose state university is currently under construction. it is where an international student came to play water polo, but a few weeks into his freshman year he was accused of rape twice. a university spokesperson confirms two women say the water polo player raped them and the university suspended him. >> they did the right thing by suspending him, but they
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should have communicating it better. >> reporter: other students had a similar reaction. >> when there is a hate crime or recently we had a student pass away and they send out e-mails to every student and i think it is weird we didn't get an e-mail about this. >> reporter: san jose state said there was no on going threat and the suspect was under heavy scrutiny by police and the university. >> i can't say i am surprised. it is a big problem especially we are hearing it more and more in the brock turner case. >> reporter: brock turner was released from jail last month after serving an intensely protested three-month sentence for sexually assaulting an unconscious woman. in the case at san jose state, police say they turned their investigation over to the district attorney's office. the water polo player has not been arrested nor charged with a crime. the university believes he left the country. at san jose state university, abc news. >> dan: hayward police are looking for a person who fired
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a gun. they heard shots fired just after 8:00. officerses arrived and found evidence a gun had indeed been fired, but they found no victims. also new at 11:00, firefighters are on the scene of a grassfire in pleasant hill. it broke out about 9:theater. right now investigators are trying to figure out exactly what caused it. the fire broke out north far from the iron horse trail where investigators believe a serial creel arsonist was setting small fires. there is no cause for tonight's fire. >> evacuation orders broke sout yesterday and sky 7 was overhead shortly after the flames broke out near campbell creek and campbell flats. the fire burned dangerously close to a home, but firefighters kept them away. they burned 65-acres and is now 85% contained. tonight we have new details about a stabbing.
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a concord police k-9 officer, the police dog, is recovering. now what lead up to today's violence. cornell? >> reporter: ama, the suspect was shot and killed by two concord police officers today. tonight authorities do not know what caused them to stab one man and the k9 officer. the k9 cop is recovering near downtown concord. >> the k9 was sent to apprehend the suspect and the k9 was stabbed in the face by the suspect i believe by shears. >> reporter: concord police say it started when a man was slashed by a suspect with a knife who ran from the scene while stripping off his clothes. >> he ran into my backyard and i was like shocked, like who is this person coming into my backyard? >> the naked man started
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running around her backyard. police arrived and the k9 was sent into the yard. >> i heard the dog barking. >> minutes later -- >> i heard four gunshots. >> the suspect described as a white man in his 30s was shot by two officers. he later died at a hospital. >> not too many details about what happened where the suspect actually charged the officers with the weapon or what lead to the shooting. >> the stabbing victim will recover. the k9, a one-year veteran of the force, suffered a wound to his side, but hillary cover. the district attorney now investigating the case. abc7 news. >> dan: are you looking at a violent robbery happening in oakland's fruit veil district. thieves pushed a woman to the ground outside her home and demanded her jewelry. her 77-year-old husband fought off the robbers even as one of these guys hit him in the head with the gun. >> i was so mad, real mad. i was thinking of my wife and
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the other guy doesn't have a gun. >> both of them suffered cuts and bruises. they reported the crime to police, but they haven't heard anything since. oakland police tell us they are looking for clues and have not made any arrests. new tonight, it was a very tough night for giants fans. the orange and black ran sout of -- ran out of even year magic. >> it was tough to watch at the end. the giants fell to the cubs. it is dashing hopes of another world series. the final score 6-5. >> lisa amin gulezian is live with fan reaction to the end of the season. lisa? >> reporter: ama, i do have to tell you that giants fans were bummed. they walked out of here with their heads down and they were quiet. but cubs' fans ups -- incidentally didn't gloat. in the end they were
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gracious. giants fans left at&t park disappointed. >> pretty bummed for sure. it was a typical way to lose that game when we had it in the bank. >> reporter: this is exactly what giants fans thought when they rushed out before the 9th inning when the giants were on top. things changed quickly. the cubs came back. much to chicago fans' delight. >> i didn'tthink they were gonna do it, but they came through in the 9th like they have done six or seven times before. happy to be here. >> reporter: confidence from fans on both sides spilled out of at&t park. the smack talking between cubs and giants fans started even before the first pitch went out. >> good luck and by good luck i mean go giants. >> no, i won't tell you that because i wouldn't mean it if i told you good luck. >> reporter: the rivalry heated up even more after the marathon 13-inning game. these 2 are married and the series is really testing their limits. >> a little house rivalry. last night the giants blaine
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skeet in here came -- blanket and then out came the cubs blanket. >> reporter: and then those just happy to be here. >> the hardest part of the day is picking out what to wear. i have a drawer full of giants clothes. >> reporter: clothes she won't be needing until next season. lisa amin do lesion, abc7 news. >> dan: mike shumann will have a wrap up of the game later in sports. >> ama: nevada state senate passed a bill that would fund a new stadium for the raiders in las vegas. they approved it with a vote of 16-5. if includes $750 million in taxpayer money to build a $2 billion stadium. the assembly is expected to decide on the bill when they reconvene on thursday. the oakland mayor says she is working on a deal to keep the silver and black in oakland without any public funding. >> ama: the 4019ers announced colin kaepernick will start against the bills. it will be his first start
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since november of last year. >> dan: and now turning to the weather. guess what, we are talking rain. spencer christian is tracking it in the accu-weather forecast. >> wry talking about -- we are talking about rainfall. it is calm and quiet right now with some clouds passing by. let's give uh look at the storm impact scale where we look at the intensity of each storm. one is life to five severe. it ranks number two on the storm impact scale. a moderate storm producing up to an inch of rainfall or more in parts of the north bay. it will bring strong, gusty winds as well. here is the forecast animation starting at 8:00 p.m. on thursday. a wave of rain is developing in the late night and overnight hours. 5:00 friday morning we will see wet weather across the wet roadways. strong, gusty winds and it will be a messy commute. the rain will continue through most of the day and then wind down in the late afternoon and the early evening. that's storm number one. 24r* is more coming our way
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and we'll show you that a little later. >> dan: track the incoming storm on the abc7 news app. it works well. download it for free and be sure to enable the push alerts to get updates on breaking news as it happens. >> ama: coming up, tragedy in the central valley. the family who left a baby in a hot car. >> dan: and donald trump versus the republican party. he is launching fresh attacks against speaker paul ryan. >> ama: and cover girl has its first ever cover boy. >> dan: all of that coming up, but first here is a look at what is on "jimmy kimmel live" after abc7 news at 11:00. >> look at what we did tonight. >> how old are you in that photograph? >> i don't know. i look like 13, 14. >> what happened to the other person?
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hmm. [cell phone beeps] hey! [police whistle blows] [horns honking] woman: hey! [bicycle bell rings] turn here. there. excuse me. uh. uh. [indistinct announcement on p.a. system] so, same time next week? well, of course.
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she will face charges. >> ama: election night is four wakes from tonight. that's 28 days from now, tuesday x november 8th. with the days ticking by, donald trump is launching new attacks and not just against hillary clinton, but against top leaders of the republican party. here is abc news reporter kenneth motten. >> reporter: defiant in florida. donald trump says the shackles have been taken off. >> we have to investigate hillary clinton. >> reporter: in a trump twitter tirade he set his sights on the most powerful republican in washington. paul ryan who said he wouldn't campaign for the gop nominee after his 2005 lewd comments about women came to light. trump called ryan a weak and ineffective leader. >> i wouldn't want to be in a fox hole with a lot of these people, including ryan. especially ryan. >> reporter: clinton who is leading by 9 points in the latest poll took him on in battleground florida. >> i am running against a guy who denies science, denies
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climate change and says it is a hoax created by the chinese. >> reporter: clinton campaigned with former vp and 2000 democratic nominee al gore in miami. a man who knows better than anyone that every vote, especially in florida counts. >> your vote really, really, really counts a lot. you can consider me as an exhibit a of that proof. >> reporter: meanwhile clinton's pinch hitter, president obama, was on the ground in north carolina. >> as a first lady, as a senator and as my secretary of state, she knows what it means. she knows what it takes. >> reporter: house speaker paul ryan's office responded to trump's twitter attack saying ryan is focusing the next month on defeating democrats. all republicans running for office should do the same. kenneth moten, abc news, washington. >> ama: we have a available tool at abc news.com/politics to help prepare for the big day.
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enter your address and you will get a comprehensive resource showing the candidates and the measures on your local ballot. >> dan: cheryl sandburg dismissed rumors about wanting to become a cabinet member should hillary clinton be elected president. she is on the short list and served as chief of staff for lair ruey summers and is a top clinton fundraiser. sanders says she is quite happy at facebook. >> dan: sad news from the state capitol. california's first dog, sutter, is very ill. you can see him in the limousine earlier this year. the welsh corgi likely has cancer in several organs. they adopted the dog from the governor's sister, kathleen, in 2010. >> ama: these tree for -- history for cover girl. the new cover model is a cover boy. cover girl announced james charles will be the company's newest model, the first ever
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man to hold the position. charles is 17 years old and he is a senior in high school. his instagram account has more than 430,000 followers. charles will work with katy perry who is the cover girl brand ambassador. >> dan: and now on to the weather forecast and as we said real rain is coming. >> ama: sze spencer christian in for sandhya tonight. >> it will be here by the end of the week, but right now there are just a few high cloud around. this is our view looking out over the embarcadero. 55 in san francisco and 57 in oakland and mountain view 59. san jose 59 and 56 in gilroy. this is the view from the exploratorium camera at pier15. it is 50 in santa rosa. napa 53. 57 in fairfield, concord and livermore. and one more live view from the emeryville camera looking out at quiet conditions.
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it will be windy and rainy thursday night into friday and more rain with a second storm coming saturday and sunday. let's start with a look at wind gust pro ex js and you will see the winds get quite strong with gusts over 30 miles pr hour and on the coast in some spots right around the bay. as the rain arrives it will be gusting at 30 miles per hour in many bay area locations. the commute is not going to be an easy one. we project the rainfall totals will reach or exceed three quarters of an inch. we will see a quarter inch to a half inch in the bay area. now let's move along to storm number two. that will begin to push into the bay area on saturday afternoon. we'll pick up the forecast animation on saturday. we'll see a wave of rain rushing through by 7:00. continuing into sunday and breaking up a little bit, but there will be left over rain sunday morning into sunday evening. it will be a wet three-day
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period. meanwhile tonight we will see an advance of low clouds and fog across the bay and the low temperatures will be in the low to mid50s and tomorrow mainly sun intoe skies after a partly to mostly cloudy start in the early morning hours. highs ranging from low 60s at the coast to upper 60s around the bay and low to mid70s inland. here is the all important accu-weather seven-day forecast. if you've got weekend plans, be prepared to get wet if you are going outside. the storm coming in on friday ranks two on the storm impact scale. a storm of moderate intensity followed by a slightly weaker storm over the weekend ranking a one on the storm impact scale. the clouds will linger into monday and tuesday sze partly to -- tuesday we have partly to mostly cloudy skies. the rain is welcome. >> ama: it sure is. >> dan: still ahead, the bay area's jeopardy champ.
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"jeopardy." she is a self-proclaimed trivia pro and proving that on the game show. watch it tomorrow night at 7:00 on abc7 to see how she does. >> dan: the giants may have lost, but pij won. >> the giants' run of winning elimination game is over and a three-run deficit made up to advance and the cubs advance to the nlcs. nothing like winning a series on your opponent's home field. champagne is flowing in the wrong locker room. reaction in sports next. >> when it happens where you live. >> we know bay area traffic is bad, but it is getting worse. >> it is brutal every day. >> the abc7 news team covers your neighborhood. >> live in los gatos. >> your story. >> when you are in the military you develop the comradery and that never leaves you. >> choose the news that matters where you live. >> i can't believe i hit that homerun just now. >> choose the team that works
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>> welshing the giants' run in elimination games ends at 10 as the cubs rip apart their bull pen against five pitchers for a victory and a spot in the nlcs. the even year world series ring will belong to somebody is else. moore gave the giants the lead with his bat. r.b.i single in the fourth and it is 2-1 giants. they take a 5-2 lead. moore went eight innings and struck out 10 and was done after 120 pitches. the giants went to the 9th with a 3-run lead. the bull pen implodes before the giants could tie it up. he tie itself at five. baez and what a series he had. 6-5 cubs and the giants, as you can imagine were stunned. last chance and brandon belt against chapman and no chance. strikes out swinging. the giants lose it 6-5.
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they blew 32 saves this year and this one hurts the most. cubs win the series 3-1 and advance to their second straight nlcs. >> it is not the way anybody wants to go out. it is not the way anybody wants to end the season. especially with the lead in the 9th it is a punch in the gut. >> it is tough to go into a situation like that, but the job doesn't change. you have to get out and i was unable to do that today. >> it is a strange feeling. it gives you an empty stomach to go out like this. >> would have loved to have win it every other year for the rest of my career, but it is probably not realistic. >> all right, the niners finally made a quarterback move and colin kaepernick will start on saturday in buffalo against the bills despite injuries and contract issues. they say it shouldn't be all on blaine gabbert, but he clearly struggled and constantly missing open receivers and near the bottom
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in all statistical categories. nobody expects kap to be the star he was a few years ago, but the season is slipping uh what i and he will make the first start in years. >> i am ready to go and be out there with my teammates and fight with them to get the win. it has been about a year since live game ago. i am itching to get out there. >> it is what the coaches felt best for the team. it sucks and i don't like it. i don't like not playing and i will be forward about that. at the seam time -- at the same time i will come into work the same way i have always come to work. >> this report is brought to you by riverwalk casino. dodgers a game five on thursday and the sharks season opener is tomorrow and we will switch gears and get into hockey. that's what we do in sports. >> ama: abc7 news continues on-line, twitter, facebook and all of your mobile devices with our abc7 news app.

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